Sanskrit Manuscripts : Tulākāverīmāhātmya, unidentified vaiṣṇava work

Sanskrit Manuscripts

<p style='text-align: justify;'>A modern multi-text Grantha manuscript containing the unpublished <i>Tulākāverīmāhātmya</i> (from the <i>Āgneyapurāṇa</i>) in 5 <i>ādhyāya</i>s, and a single folio (numbered as "2") from an <i>unidentified <i>vaiṣṇava</i> work</i> of the <i>kavaca</i> sort. The text following the end of the fifth <i>adhyāya</i> of the <i>Tulākāverīmāhātmya</i> illustrates the benefits that are reaped by the pilgrim who bathes in the waters of the sacred Kāverī river (praised in the text [<a href='' onclick='store.loadPage(98);return false;'>48v1</a>] as <i>dakṣinagaṅgā</i>, the "Gaṅgā of the South"). </p>

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